Tag Archives: Keynote & Seminar Events

Practically Apply Tools For Permanent Change

I was recently interviewed by Moe Vara, who has a blog talk radio show and is an Anthony Robbins trainer. We both share a passion for providing presentations and seminars that help people produce permanent, rather than temporary empowerment. Most … Continue reading
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Be the Change You Want to See

The longer I have been presenting leadership development seminars, the stricter I have become about making sure the organization is ready for true, lasting culture change before I go out and present a 2-day seminar. When I talk to CEO’s, … Continue reading
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Giving You Something You Can Use

When I give a keynote presentation or facilitate my leadership development seminars, I commonly get three responses: I have never experienced anything so different – I will not forget this. The day absolutely flew by. I can actually use a … Continue reading
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Live in Peace & Joy All the Time

I am presenting a leadership seminar tomorrow for a conference of non-profit Executive Directors. My seminar title is ‘Engaging Your Board Members.’ Part of the trick of keeping board members engaged is learning how to keep them motivated between meetings, … Continue reading
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Live a Vibrant Life All of the Time

On my website I list the workshops I present when I facilitate “Awakening Renewal Retreats.” These retreats are designed to refresh, renew, and rejuvenate business people, educators, church members, non-profit leaders and employees, and any others attending a personal or … Continue reading
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Live Authentically

Who am I? Why am I here? What is life about? What do I desire to know deeply? When do I feel the most alive? In the keynote presentation I present for educators, there is a character who begins to … Continue reading
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